Equilibrate Cutting Trees

Maxim, Loan; Socaciu-Lendvai, Joan Tiberiu
September 2008
International Journal of Computers, Communications & Control;2008 Supplement, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p387
Academic Journal
The total or partial covering of plane surfaces with a pre-established set of forms, can be applied in many domains. The problem of covering the surface is followed by the one of creating an order and cutting the forms that cover the surface. The paper presents an algorithm to order the cutting process by using equilibrate cutting trees and considering the conditions and the restrictions imposed by the wood industry.


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